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Old 01-08-2011, 09:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Need rear hatch seal on sammy?

I have a 1987 tintop samurai and need a rear hatch seal that fits in the groove in the rear hatch,is there not something universal,and where can i fin d it !!im tired of eating dust from my backend
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Not familiar with the tin top but when I needed window rubber I went to the local glass shop and they had books/catalogues on all kinds of rubber seals. Might be worth a try. Hope it helps. Dave
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Old 01-16-2011, 01:33 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Default Rubber Seals for your Sammy TinTop

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I'm not sure which rubber seal you are exactly looking for, however, I have found a number of things that could be what you are looking for at JCWhitney. Input your car info and then search for "weatherstripping." You'll get a fairly large list to choose from.

Short of that you might try SuzukiJohn - The Las Vegas Source for Samurai Parts Service Sales, he has a lot of wierd and hard to find items, but watch the price, sometimes it's just better to search his site of part names and numbers...

Hopefully thats of some help to you.

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Sorry to sound like a broken record, but check with the zook vendors that have been a part of our community for many years. They know what we need and they know what we will pay for the part (usually cheaper than those trying to make a quick buck on a harder to find part). They will also talk with you at length explaining what part is really needed and why.

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I have a 1987 tintop samurai and need a rear hatch seal that fits in the groove in the rear hatch,is there not something universal,and where can i fin d it !!im tired of eating dust from my backend
Try SamuraiSalvage.com - used Samurai parts & vehicles, I believe Rod has one. I need one myself. Great source for sammy parts. Quick delivery also.
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